Complete List of Nintendo NES Games with Save Batteries

Al Unser Jr Turbo Racing
Bard’s Tale
Base Wars
Baseball Simulator 1.000
Baseball Stars
Baseball Stars 2
Crystalis
Deja Vu
Destiny of an Emporer
Dragon Warrior
Dragon Warrior II
Dragon Warrior III
Dragon Warrior IV
Dungeon Magic
Final Fantasy
Formula One Built to Win
Gemfire
Genghis Kahn
Ghost Lion
Gold Medal Challenge ’92
Golf Power
Heroes of the Lance
Hillsfar
Kirby’s Adventure
L’Empereur
Magician
Maniac Mansion
Might &Magic
NES Open Golf
Nobunaga’s Ambition
Nobunaga’s Ambition 2
Overlord
Pirates!
Pool of Radiance
Romance of the 3 Kingdoms
Romance of the 3 Kingdoms 2
Shadowgate
Shingen the Ruler
Star Tropics
Star Tropics II: Zoda’s Revenge
Tecmo NBA Basketball
Tecmo Super Bowl
Ultima: Exodus
Ultima: Quest of the Avatar
Ultima: Warriors of Destiny
Uncharted Waters
Uninvited
Wario’s Woods
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord
Wizardry 2: Knight of Diamonds
Zelda
Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link

 

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Complete List of SNES Games with Save Batteries

7th Saga, The
ABC Monday Night Football
Act Raiser
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder
Aerobiz
Aerobiz: Supersonic
Air Strike Patrol
Arcana
Bassin’s Black Bass
Big Sky Trooper
Bill Laimbeer’s Combat Basketball
Brain Lord
Brandish
Breath of Fire
Breath of Fire II
Cannondale Cup
Championship Soccer ’94
Chavez Boxing
Chrono Trigger
Civilization, Sid Meier’s
College Football USA ’97: The Road to New Orleans
College Slam
Dig & Spike Volleyball
Donkey Kong Country Trilogy
Dragon View: Drakkhen 2
Drakkhen
Dungeon Master
E.V.O.: Search for Eden
EarthBound
Emmitt Smith Football
Equinox
ESPN National Hockey Night
ESPN Speedworld
ESPN Sunday Night NFL
Exertainment Mountain Bike Rally
Extra Innings
F1 Pole Position
F1 ROC
F1 ROC 2: Race of Champions
FIFA Soccer ’96
FIFA Soccer ’97 Gold
Final Fantasy II
Final Fantasy III
Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest
Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball
Gemfire
Genghis Khan 2: Clan of the Gray Wolf
Goal!
Harvest Moon
Illusion of Gaia
Inindo: Way of the Ninja
Jimmy Houston’s Bass Tournament USA
Ken Griffey Jr. Presents MLB
Ken Griffey Jr.’s Winning Run
Kirby Super Star
Kirby’s Dream Course
Kirby’s Dream Land 3
Lagoon
Lemmings 2: The Tribes
Link to the Past, Zelda
Liberty or Death
Looney Tunes: ACME Animation Factory
Lufia & The Fortress of Doom
Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals
Madden NFL ’95
Madden NFL ’96
Madden NFL ’97
Madden NFL ’98
Mario Paint
Mark Davis’ The Fishing Master
Mecarobot Golf
MechWarrior
Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge
Might & Magic III: Isles of Terra
NBA Hang Time
NBA Jam Tournament Edition
NBA Live ’95
NBA Live ’96
NBA Live ’97
NBA Live ’98
NBA Showdown
NCAA Basketball
NCAA Final Four Basketball
NCAA Football
NFL Quarterback Club
NFL Quarterback Club ’96
NHL ’95
NHL ’96
NHL ’97
NHL ’98
NHL Stanley Cup Hockey
Nobunaga’s Ambition
Nobunaga’s Ambition: Lord of Darkness
Nolan Ryan’s Baseball
Obitus
Ogre Battle: March of the Black Queen
Operation Europe: Path to Victory 1939-45
Paladin’s Quest
PGA European Tour Golf
PGA Tour ’96
PGA Tour Golf
Power Rangers Zeo: Battle Racers
Pro Sport Hockey
PTO 2: Pacific Theater of Operations
PTO: Pacific Theater of Operations
Riddick Bowe Boxing
Rise of the Phoenix
RoboTrek
Romance of the Three Kingdoms II
Romance of the Three Kingdoms III: Dragon of Destiny
Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire
RPM Radical Psycho Machine Racing
Secret of Evermore, The
Secret of Mana
Shadowrun
SimAnt
SimCity
SimCity 2000
SimEarth: The Living Planet
Soul Blazer
Sporting News Baseball, The
Stunt Race FX
Super Adventure Island 2
Super Baseball Simulator 1.000
Super Bases Loaded 2
Super Bases Loaded 3: License to Steal
Super Conflict
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario World
Super Mario All-Stars + World
Super Mario Kart
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Super Metroid
Super Play Action Football
Super Punch-Out!!
Tecmo Secret of the Stars
Tecmo Super Baseball
Tecmo Super Bowl
Tecmo Super Bowl II: Special Edition
Tecmo Super Bowl III: Final Edition
Tecmo Super NBA Basketball
Tin Star
TNN Bass Tournament of Champions
Troy Aikman NFL Football
True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach
True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club
Twisted Tales of Spike McFang, The
Ultima VI: The False Prophet
Ultima VII: The Black Gate
Ultima: Runes of Virtue II
Uncharted Waters
Uncharted Waters: New Horizons
Uniracers
Utopia: The Creation of a Nation
Vegas Stakes
Wario’s Woods
Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars
Wicked 18 Golf
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom
World Cup USA ’94
World League Soccer
Xardion
Ys III: Wanderers From Ys

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How To Spot Fake Game Boy Advance Cartridges

Counterfeit GBA game carts are everywhere. They are made in China and sold here in the U.S. through auctions sites like Ebay. U.S. game sellers will buy and sell them back through ebay, craigslist, flee markets and small retail outlets. Thousands are sold everyday and how do we stop it? Why do we want to even stop it? Well, first of all the copies are cheaply made and will not play the same as the originals. They all have glitches, will freeze and do not save reliably. Could you imagine playing Pokemon for a few hours straight and then your game freezes or does not save? Those hours are gone forever. Secondly, counterfeiting is a huge problem for Nintendo, it costs them millions of dollars and oh by the way is illegal. I love Nintendo and will defend them out in public. I will also defend them in private and would never buy, sell, or turn the other way when a fake game is sold. So, how do we stop this horrible trend. Honestly, I don’t think we can, but I am here to help you spot them for yourself, so at least you will not be fooled. The funniest thing about this malicious counterfeit ring out of China is that they are not very good at what they do. It is very easy to spot a fake and you can do it with only identifying 1 of 3 things. If your game is missing one of these things then it’s fake. Go get your money back, call Nintendo, and whoever will help you to get your money back.

1. The imprinted number on the cart label.

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2. The Nintendo name and serial number in the correct Font printed on the chip.

Fake on top, Real on bottom

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3. The Back of the cart.

Fake on top, Real on bottom

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I told you it was easy. Here at DKOldies.com we buy thousands of games through our (Sell Your Games) program. We get in fake games all the time from people that had no idea they were fake. We have talked to Nintendo about what to do when you buy a fake Nintendo game. They said to ask for a refund and send the game back to them. Honestly you never know who you are dealing with over the internet and you don’t want to accuse anyone of being a criminal. Especially if they really are one and want to handle things like criminals do. Just be nice, get your refund and be done with it. Also with this info you now have, you will never have to worry about buying a fake game again.

If you want to buy legitimate Nintendo Pokemon games, stay away from ebay, craigslist and other sites where fake games are allowed to be sold everyday. Please browse my site at www.dkoldies.com here to find our selection of cleaned, tested, original, and authentic Nintendo GBA games.